The artist discusses the process of putting together his retrospective, “John Waters: Indecent Exposure,” at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
However, ads weren’t always governed by a set of rules, like they are now. If someone doesn’t like an ad these days, they just start a hashtag and the company pulls the ad and apologizes. If an ad doesn’t deliver on its promises, you can sue them. But vintage ads…? They could say anything they wanted, pretty much.
Commercials used to be even worse
topixoffbeat.com: 25 Insane Vintage Ads You Won’t Believe
In January 1990, Bergen’s character made a prescient comment about Donald Trump that makes …
New Dolce & Gabbana boutique in Miami Design District. The store exhibits the Men and Women’s collections together with Fine Jewellery and Watches in a lieu of urban style and design.
From photographs of humans at their best and worst, to those of endangered animals and environmental destruction, this is a fascinating – and at times disturbing and depressing – commentary on our world and its inhabitants.
3rd prize, Spot News single image: Mideast Crisis Iraq Mosul, by Goran Tomasevic, Reuters. March 3, 2017 An Iraqi Special Forces soldier some moments after shooting dead a suspected suicide bomber, during the offensive to retake Mosul.
2nd prize, Spot News single image: Car Attack, by Ryan M. Kelly, The Daily Progress. August 12, 2017: People are thrown into the air as a car plows into a group of protesters demonstrating against a Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville in Virginia, USA.
A striking image of a Venezuelan protester engulfed by flames has won the 2018 World Press Photo of the Year Contest. The annual award honors the photographer whose visual creativity and skills made a picture that captures or represents an event or issue of great journalistic importance in that year.
newsweek.com: The 2018 World Press Photo of the Year Contest Winners
Images and photos made possible by the Cassini spacecraft and NASA during its mission to Saturn
Check out the slide-show below; displaying a fraction of what they share with us on NASA.gov
It’s that wonderfully magic time of year again, you guys, the days after Halloween where we kind of pretend Thanksgiving isn’t so relevant and already find ourselves feeling the Christmas spirit (and when I say Christmas, I mean it in the most……
In some of the week’s most eye-catching images, President Trump decides a turkey’s fate, sunbathers bask in Spain, and more
theweek.com: The week’s best photojournalism